All Stationery & Art Supplies

The Met Store's full line of stationery, calendars, desk accessories, and art supplies celebrates the 5,000 years of art in The Met collection.
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  1. Crown of the Andes Journal
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    Crown of the Andes Journal
    $9.00|$5.40
    $5.40
  2. Russian Imperial Domed Magnets
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    Russian Imperial Domed Magnets
    $22.00|$11.00
    $11.00
  3. Klimt Tree of Life Pen
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    Klimt Tree of Life Pen
    $38.00|$25.00
    $25.00
  4. Klee Movement of Vaulted Chambers Pen
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  5. Islamic Tile Pen
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    Islamic Tile Pen
    $38.00|$25.00
    $25.00
  6. Earle: Rooftop Santa Pop-Up Cards
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  7. Angel Tree Pop-Up Cards
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    Angel Tree Pop-Up Cards
    $18.00|$9.00
    $9.00
  8. Met Logo Pencils
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    Met Logo Pencils
    $8.00|$4.00
    $4.00
  9. The Met Modern Journal, Small
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    The Met Modern Journal, Small
    $5.00|$3.00
    $3.00
  10. The Met Modern Journal, Medium
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    The Met Modern Journal, Medium
    $8.00|$5.00
    $5.00
  11. William Morris Domed Magnets
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    William Morris Domed Magnets
    $22.00|$11.00
    $11.00
  12. Rei Kawakubo Postcard Pack
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    Rei Kawakubo Postcard Pack
    $10.98|$6.59
    $6.59

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The Met Store adds an artistic accent to everything in its line of stationery, calendars, desk accessories, and art supplies. Before you put pen to paper, select which masterpiece you’ll send from our line of beautifully produced art notecards. Works from The Met collection on notebooks and journals provide inspiration for your writing, including Louis C. Tiffany designs, Impressionist masterworks, botanical illustrations and more. Calendars and daily diaries showcase new pieces throughout the weeks and months, refreshing your outlook. Magnets, bookmarks, paperweights, and other small accessories add beautiful details to your desktop. And with our line of art supplies, you might just create something Museum-worthy yourself.